On the Brain Labor Report we are joined in the studio with Ivend
Holen with the Oregon Fair Trade Campaign and on the phone with Nancy
Price, co-chair of the national Alliance for Democracy.
We discuss the Battle for Seattle the history of NAFTA, Trans-Pacific
Partnership (TPP) and the "big picture" of global trade agreements. Nancy Price details what's wrong with fast track and how the TPP
and other agreements pushing investor protection and regulatory
"harmony" which will undercut local city planning efforts. We also
discuss efforts to create TPP-free zones.
Contact U.S. Senator Ron Wyden about Fast Track/Trans-Pacific Partnership.
D.C. office telephone (202) 224-5244
Medford office telephone (541) 858-5122
On-line email form at http://www.wyden.senate.gov/contact
Contact your Congressional Representative: go to www.stopfasttrack.com and enter your phone number to receive instructions and a call back.
has served as the Co-chair of the national Alliance for Democracy (AfD)
since 2001. She is Western Coordinator of Defending Water for Life
Project of AfD's Corporate Globalization / Positive Alternatives
campaign. Within WILPF she is on the leadership team of the Save the
Water Campaign. She is organizing against Nestle Bottled Water in Maine
and California. She was instrumental in creating the Water Allies
Network (www.waterallies.org) and coordinates its Clean Water-Healthy
Communities Working Group focusing on the Precautionary Principle. She
served from 1991 to 1992 on the City of Davis Planning Commission. She
was also of the participants at Placerville. Nancy formerly taught Asian
and Chinese Art History and Archeology and she founded and edited the
"Early China" journal of the Society for the study of Early China.
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